Podcast dealing with the effective use of promotional items a/k/a “swag” at a trade show.
Learn how and when to promote yourself as a hair stylist, massage therapist, beautician, manicurist, cosmetologist or other beauty industry professional.
We believe the practice of business card distribution to be useful, but is it really? Is there proof that it works? Well it appears there is proof. Not giving a business card may be reducing your chances of being remembered by 40%
Forget about foil, popups, or UV spot lamination. These business cards have meat.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could keep track of where your cards travel? J.R. Ballard literally “kept an eye” on his business cards.
I do not see the point in debasing others in order to elevate yourself. At first I thought I would ignore this video. But then I decided to take a kind of martial arts approach and bring that negative energy toward me and repurpose it into something positive. Check it out and judge for yourself. It is a the very least good for a chuckle.
Bob Schecter has the business card of a fool but his card is not foolish. I met Bob Shechter at LinkedIn. Bob sent me a few of his business cards for review. After my initial consulation Bob went back to the drawing board and revised his business card layout.
In this easy to read guide, Reno Lovison not only reminds us of some of the marketing ideas we’ve forgotten, he adds so many more that I will keep it handy as a quick reference on my desk at all times.
If you’re looking for work, the first thing you need to realize is that you already have a new job. It is a sales position with You Incorporated and you are the CEO and sales manager. Your only product is YOU and you must find a buyer.
I have been amazed over the years to find that a seemingly small percentage of visual artists include a photo of their work on their business cards. Just as a photo of a person might jog our memory when we see the person’s face, so too can a sample of an artist’s work.